When do you meet?
Our Celebration Services are every Sunday at 10 am. We meet at 288 Cummer Ave., Toronto.
How long are the services? What should I expect?
Each of our Celebration Services are about 75 minutes. We start each service with some music for everyone to sing along, that goes for about 20 minutes. We have a few announcements about different things going on in and around the church and take up an offering. After that one of our pastors will deliver a talk. Our teachings are based on the Bible and we do our best to talk about relevant issues that face our lives.
I have kids, what can they do during the service?
Children join us in the service for the first 20 minutes. At that time we dismiss them to go to Tree House. Our Tree House staff are trained and fully qualified to look after your kids during the service. We also have a nursery and don’t worry Mom and Dad, we will take you cell number just in case we need to reach you. Be sure to visit our registration desk in the foyer before service.
My baby is really young. What if I don’t want to leave them for the service?
You’re welcome to keep them with you, and if you need to be excused we have our “Mother’s Room” attached to the sanctuary. It’s soundproof and there’s a live audio feed from the service so you and your child can still take part.
What about parking?
We have lots of free parking right on our property. There is also reserved parking for those with disabilities.
Our facilities are wheelchair accessible.
You said there’s singing. What style of music should I expect to hear?
The songs are upbeat and the words are projected at the front so that everyone can follow along. If you don’t know the song, or just don’t want to sing, no problem, but we encourage you to join in and have fun!
What should I wear?
Well, we don’t have a dress code, if that helps? If you want to dress up you can feel free as some people here do. If you feel more like wearing jeans and a t-shirt, many people here do that as well. We’re just happy you came out.
Will I be expected to give money?
We do collect an offering during the service, but no one is looking over your shoulder. If you’re visiting with us, please don’t feel pressured to give, the service is our gift to you.